Through the #BenficaMuseumAtHome project, we provide educational resources to teachers and students. Discover
here the playful-pedagogical materials that can be worked at home or in the classroom. This is a project in
constant development, so, throughout the school year, it is possible to discover new materials that combine
learning with fun!
Note: File contents only available in Portuguese.
Our educational files for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd cycles have exercises that only real champions can solve. This was
made for the students who have already visited the Museum but if you never visited our exhibition, you can still
do the exercises. We suggest you take the virtual tour here
. If you are a first-cycle student, we suggest you
take the virtual tour and do the exercises with the help of your parents or an older family member.
› Heritage Professions –
We’ve prepared something different for high school students. If you want to enrol in the University, soon
you’ll have a decision to make: you need to choose the area you want to study regarding the profession you
want to take up. We know that this important choice for your future can be difficult. After all, there are
many options. Therefore, if you’re interested in the areas of culture and sport, we want to tell you how
it’s like to work for the Cultural Heritage Direction of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. There are nine professions
› Saint Martin – 1st and
To celebrate Saint Martin, we offer a playful-pedagogical material, intended for the 1st and 2nd cycles of
education, which aims at education for citizenship. Starting from the legend of Saint Martin, we show you
the main symbols of this time of year and propose some activities on moral values and their importance for
interaction in society.
› Saint Vincent -
2nd and 3rd cycles
The legend of Saint Vincent was at the origin of the
symbols that make up the coat of arms of Lisbon. In this pedagogical material, intended for the 2nd
and 3rd educational cycles, we will find out who Saint Vincent was and what is his connection to the
history and identity of Lisbon. But that’s not all! We’ll also learn about the symbolism of the city
coat of arms and the emblem of Sport Lisboa e Benfica. In the end, we propose a creative workshop
that will require decisions, imagination, and team spirit!